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Sugar Skull Magic Slider Card: Day 18 of 31

Hellooooo!!! It's Day 18 of the 31 Days of Halloween. Today I've got a Magic Color Slider card to share with you. I am nuts about this this die from Lawn Fawn. It's genius! I used a great Sugar Skull stamp from Stampendous with it this time around.

If you haven't seen a card like this before, you may be wondering where the magic is. See that little blue tab up there? If you pull on it...you'll see how cool these cards can be.

There are plenty of videos on how to make these, from Lawn Fawn themselves, as well as plenty of others. To color my images, I used Memento Markers. The colored skull and the ribbon image were both stamped with VersaFine ink. The upper skull (on acetate) was stamped with StazOn.

The banner is from Bombshell Stamps, and using it made me really miss being on that team.

I love making these Magic Color Slider cards. I've made a few others, if you'd like to see one, you can check it out HERE. Please visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed below. Thanks for stopping by. Have a boo-tiful day!
Terra
Black Dragon
Susan
LeighSBDesigns
Lyneen
Stampendous Stamps
Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda
Tee
Alison (that's me!)
Sarah
Nan
Airless Chambers
Jessica
Kat
Shell

Comments

Denise Bryant said…
Love you magic slider card! The sugar skull works perfectly for this type of card! Very fun die from Lawn Fawn!
valscraftings said…
Love the colour shades of skelli.
Mary Holshouser said…
this is fangtastic. Matching
up the pieces is hard and you did
a great job. I've made one magic
card and decided it wasn't for me.
Love your card.
thanks for sharing.
Tink said…
Fantastic card!
Jade said…
I love this slider die, too! Your colorful Sugar Skull looks fantastic with this die.
Susan Renshaw said…
Fabulous slider card!

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